March 21, 2014 17:23

Foxes confirms appearance at Glastonbury 2014

Singer behind 'Let Go For Tonight' reveals she will perform at Worthy Farm in June

Foxes confirms appearance at Glastonbury 2014

Photo: Press/Luka McGhie

Foxes has become the latest artist confirmed to appear at this year's Glastonbury festival.

The UK pop star, who had a Top 10 hit with her latest single 'Let Go For Tonight', confirmed her planned appearance in a new interview with The Line Of Best Fit, saying that the Worthy Farm event is one of a "long list" of festivals she will be performing at this summer.

Foxes joins a list of artists including Arcade Fire and Dolly Parton who are already confirmed for this year's Glastonbury. Arcade Fire have already been confirmed to headline the festival in 2014, which will take place between June 25 and 29. Other acts who have confirmed they are playing include Disclosure, Blondie and Lily Allen.

However, one act who will not be playing at Worthy Farm in June is Prince. Organiser Emily Eavis recently confirmed that the US star will not be appearing this year. Eavis said: "He's someone that will be amazing one day, he's somebody that we haven't had, and we would love to have him at Glastonbury. But no, no we haven't (booked him)."

Earlier this month it was reported that Glastonbury Festival has been granted a new 10-year licence. There was no opposition to the licence, which will allow the festival to continue until 2024 and will allow for more staff on the site.

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